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OPENPAM_LOG(3)			   BSD Library Functions Manual 		   OPENPAM_LOG(3)

     openpam_log -- log a message through syslog

     Pluggable Authentication Module Library (libpam, -lpam)

     #include <sys/types.h>
     #include <security/pam_appl.h>
     #include <security/openpam.h>

     openpam_log(int level, const char *fmt, ...);

     The openpam_log function logs messages using syslog(3).  It is primarily intended for inter-
     nal use by the library and modules.

     The level argument indicates the importance of the message.  The following levels are

     PAM_LOG_DEBUG	 Debugging messages.  These messages are normally not logged unless the
			 global integer variable openpam_debug is set to a non-zero value, in
			 which case they are logged with a syslog(3) priority of LOG_DEBUG.

     PAM_LOG_VERBOSE	 Information about the progress of the authentication process, or other
			 non-essential messages.  These messages are logged with a syslog(3) pri-
			 ority of LOG_INFO.

     PAM_LOG_NOTICE	 Messages relating to non-fatal errors.  These messages are logged with a
			 syslog(3) priority of LOG_NOTICE.

     PAM_LOG_ERROR	 Messages relating to serious errors.  These messages are logged with a
			 syslog(3) priority of LOG_ERR.

     The remaining arguments are a printf(3) format string and the corresponding arguments.

     pam(3), printf(3), syslog(3)

     The openpam_log function is an OpenPAM extension.

     The openpam_log function and this manual page were developed for the FreeBSD Project by
     ThinkSec AS and Network Associates Laboratories, the Security Research Division of Network
     Associates, Inc. under DARPA/SPAWAR contract N66001-01-C-8035 (``CBOSS''), as part of the
     DARPA CHATS research program.

BSD					December 18, 2011				      BSD
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